In any case, the Xbox Series X will be poorly available until June.

That says Microsoft CEO Mike Spencer in an interview with

The New York Times

.

Microsoft sold every Xbox it had in the past quarter, Spencer said, without specifying any specific numbers.

Until the summer, consumer demand will remain greater than supply.

Earlier, Microsoft had already warned that shortages would continue until at least April.

It is not clear whether the Xbox Series S, the slightly less powerful and slightly cheaper version, will also be poorly available until June.

Microsoft said in January that "the demand for the new Xbox is overwhelming" and that they are working hard to get new copies in the stores.

Each time this involves small new stocks.

Sony's PlayStation 5 is also still poorly available.

It is not known how long this will remain.

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